With the “Oscar fever” going on, Explore Talent remembers one of the best stars inside the acting business, Philip Seymour Hoffman. The acting industry lost the Academy Award winning actor resulting from drug intoxication on Sunday, March 2. Hoffman’s untimely deaths on his Greenwich Village apartment bring grief to his loved ones, co-actors, and film makers.
Over 2 decades in the business, Hoffman started his professional career in 1990s. He went to formal acting institutions and became active in theater. Although he landed in supporting roles in theater and movies, his styles in acting earned him credits from diverse acting roles. From acting auditions in theater plays, he gotten nominations and awards from famous award-giving organizations like the Academy Awards. In 2005, he grabbed the Best Actor in the film Capote, where he portrayed Truman Capote.
The world was shocked by the tragic news of the 46-year-old actor discovered dead in the bathroom floor inside his Manhattan place. As he was young, he was addicted to drug treatments but became sober while under medication, New York Times shared. He later got addicted to heroin that inevitably finished his life. A needle got stuck on his arm with evidence of emptied heroin bags.
With excellent acting abilities, Philip Seymour Hoffman is really missed by way of the entertainment industry. His works in directing and acting inspires co-stars and co-directors, with motivation for aspiring film makers and upcoming stars.
Source: Explore Talent